JOHN H. RHOADES 55 BROAD STREET NEWYORK, N. Y. I0004 June 26, 1973 Mr. William I. Homer Chairman--Department of Art History University of Delaware 342 Smith Hall Newark, Delaware 19711 Dear Mr. Homer: Many thanks for your letter of yesterday. I am tremendously interested that you visit Edgerstoune Road in the summers and may be there for a short visit this year. I have lived first on Hun Road in Edgerstoune since 1960 until 1969 when I moved to Russell Road, having bought but never occupied in the middle sixties the house at 183 Edgerstoune Road. Inasmuch as I am retiring at the end of this week I can be reached at ray home address at 186 Russell Road. Apparently ray letter crossed yours as the letter I wrote to Mrs. Ortega has been returned by the Post Office. I will be at Russell Road should you visit in Princeton up until around July 23 and will return after Labor Day. I will have five Stieglitz photographs there but all of the Katharine Rhoades paintings are with other members of my family or in storage. I have no art of Marion Beckett. I would like to meet you at some time when you are in Princeton and hope that our dates will coincide this. Sincerely yours, John H. Rhoades
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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